Isaac Asimov, “The Bicentennial Man”, 1976.

Isaac Asimov, “The Bicentennial Man“, 1976 was a science fiction novel by Boston University, professor of biochemistry Isaac Asimov. Asimov’s “Robotic Three Laws” are what all his “Robot” series stories use as plot structure. 1. A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm. 2. … Continue reading Isaac Asimov, “The Bicentennial Man”, 1976.

Ray Bradbury, “The Toynbee Convector”, 1988.

  The “flow of sands of time” is one view of Albert Einstein’s “gravity of mass” in dimensions of space-time “relativity”.Ray Bradbury, “The Toynbee Convector”, 1988 was a science fiction writing of “relativity” time travel.  H. G. Wells, “The Time Machine”, 1895 is the idea that comes to readers minds as to what a “Toynbee … Continue reading Ray Bradbury, “The Toynbee Convector”, 1988.

Aldous Huxley, "Ape and Essence", 1948.

 Aldous Huxley, “Ape and Essence”, 1948 was an apocalyptic, dystopian science fiction novel.  The politics of “mutually assured destruction” in the Nuclear Age is the subject of this satire of warfare.  “William Tallis” is the name of the first character; and, he has written a Hollywood screenplay in Los Angeles County. Two movie industry moguls … Continue reading Aldous Huxley, "Ape and Essence", 1948.

H. G. Wells, “A Story of the Stone Age”, 1897.

  H. G. Wells, “A Story of the Stone Age”, 1897 was a prehistoric, fiction novel.  The protagonist is a caveman named “Ugh-lomi” during the Stone Age time.  “Ugh-lomi” learns how to fashion “stone” and wood into “tools” and “weapons”.  Ugh-lomi” becomes the first man to ride a “horse”.  “Eudena” is a young, woman that … Continue reading H. G. Wells, “A Story of the Stone Age”, 1897.